EDIT: I didn't read the question properly - my answer below is about a FAS software plugin
I voted "no" and the reason for that is that I don't want to mess around with getting the "correct" input levels into my computer via another interface. This relates to @James Freeman
post from a few weeks ago concerning signal levels from A/D interfaces into plugin software.
The hardware is attractive to me specifically because it is soley engineered and calibrated for a guitar input signal (in Input 1) and its workload (and associated latency) is optimised for that one job.
Also, the converters and signal path in the FM9 are way higher quality than what I've currently got in my standalone audio interface.
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It's awesome that James did that hard work and published his work here for us, but it's also illustrative of stuff that I don't want to eff about with!